Princess And The Captain by Anne-laure Bondoux
  

Princess And The Captain

Written by Anne-laure Bondoux

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This is a book of drama, intrigue, love, magic and excitement, where challenges have to be overcome, friendships cemented and hearts broken. It’s the story of high adventure, shipwreck and treasure islands for a young feisty princess who decides that the life of a princess is not for her and escapes from her parents’ clutches for a life of peril and adventure and meetings with villains and a hero that you’ll love to love and love to hate.

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Synopsis

Princess And The Captain by Anne-laure Bondoux

Malva is the princess of Galnicia, destined to marry the Prince of Andemark, or so her parents think. On the eve of her wedding, she escapes at dead of night from under her parents' noses, little realising that she is letting herself in for a life of peril and adventure, including being shipwrecked in a huge storm and captured as part of a harem.

Reviews

'Gorgeous, full-blown French epic'

'Danger, love and adventure ... a riveting read'

'An energetic pageturner in a fine storytelling tradition with enough action and emotion to put wind in its sails and a weepy ending.'

About the Author

Anne-Laure Bondoux was born in 1971, in the outskirts of Paris. Whilst studying for a degree in modern literature, she set up writing workshops for children with learning difficulties, which were awarded a national prize in 1995, from the Fondation de France.

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Format

Paperback
448 pages

Author

Anne-laure Bondoux
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Author's Website

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Publisher

Bloomsbury Publishing Plc

Publication date

2nd April 2007

ISBN

9780747577874

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